Isabela Island

Apr 17, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II


Isabela Island it is the largest island in Galapagos, and it is formed by five main shield volcanoes. Each one of them still active, and every few years we do experience eruptions on this island. Because of its size, it is home to seventy percent of the whole Galapagos penguins and Cormorants populations, and each volcano has developed its own kind of giant tortoise. This part of the archipelago has almost everything to make our experience so unique and unforgettable.

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Walter Perez

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Walter was born in a very small town on the mainland of Ecuador. His first trip to the Galápagos was when he was 12 years old, visiting friends and aunt, who had moved to the islands. From the first moment he saw the Islands, he fell in love with them and knew then where his future home would be.

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